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Telemedicine

Once viewed as a potential home health technology “for the future,” telehealth, or telemedicine, is now becoming a part of mainstream healthcare with surprising speed, high adoption and tremendous satisfaction from both patients and doctors. We’ve heard from dozens of early-adopter physicians who are discovering the powerful leverage telehealth gives them in attracting and retaining new patients and maintaining business (and revenue) continuity in times of uncertainty or temporary/seasonal dips in demand.

The novel COVID-19 crisis is a prime case in point. While stay-at-home and social distancing regulations temporarily curtailed in-office visits – with encounters down by 50 percent for many practices – forward-thinking physicians are using telehealth to continue seeing patients for many different visit types, keeping both continuity of care and revenue flowing. Reimbursements are on par with in-office visits through CMS and Medicaid programs as well as a large and expanding number of private carriers.

We completed a revised edition of our #1 eBook on telemedicine and we’d like to share it with you for free. We address changes to reimbursements and provide dozens of billing updates for CMS and commercial payors. We hope this guide will help you better understand what visits are now reimbursable and how to get paid. We want you to consider adding telehealth in your practice and this eBook can help you better understand the benefits, billing requirements and implementation processes involved. We share crucial information on:

  1. How to thrive now and in the future using telehealth to maintain continuity and grow your practice by tapping into double-digit growth trends.
  2. How to maximize telehealth reimbursements, including a handy reference guide for many of the available telehealth HCPCS Level II and CPT Codes.
  3. How to keep more of what you are paid by reducing costs and improving efficiencies. Included is a 5-point checklist with detailed recommendations for best-practice implementation.

We’ve condensed hundreds of pages of industry data – including current trends resulting from COVID-19 – into our most concise overview on managing telehealth. Get our exclusive and longest titled eBook for free: Telehealth: The Ultimate Guide to Maximizing Revenue, Keeping More of What You’re Paid, and Thriving Through Thick and Thin.



Topic: Patient Experience, Telemedicine


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